Evernote has published an update for its native Windows app, introducing a UI refresh, business support and two-step verification. The company bills this update as a serious improvement for a true native experience on Windows hardware.
Those familiar with the app will be greeted with a new start screen, which now sports all of the major navigation items and account content. This move is perfect for more convenient access to frequently accessed areas of the service. Recent activity, as well as creation shortcuts and access to personal account notes and books are all included.
Evernote Business is also now included in the Windows app, bringing it up to speed with iOS and Android offerings. This feature will enable users to integrate with a company's business library through the "Get More" section. The app will display business content alongside personal notes.
The final new feature is two-step verification, a security measure introduced after the unauthorised breach back in March. So while this isn't a huge upgrade, it's great to see the Evernote team updating the Windows touch app with more touches to the UI, etc.